These kebabs are so easy to make and don't take long at all to make, which is great when you don't have a lot of time or you've had a long day at work and want something quick and simple for tea. These would also be great for BBQ's in the coming months, if the weather in the UK holds out!
The recipe below serves two people but its very easy to increase the quantities if you are serving a lot of people - it works out as 1 chicken breast per person. If you are following weight watchers it works out as 14 pro points for the whole recipe or 7 pro points each. Serve it with a 0 point salad and if you have some points to spare, why not add some tasty flatbread or a pitta bread.
To make the kebabs for two people you will need:
- 2 medium skinless chicken breasts, cut into chunks
- 1 tablespoon curry paste - I used tikka masala but use whatever type you fancy
- 2 tablespoons half fat creme fraiche or Greek yoghurt
- Metal skewers
In a bowl, mix together the curry paste and the creme fraiche or Greek yoghurt, whichever you have decided to use. Add the chunks of chicken and marinate for about 5 minutes.
Thread the chicken onto metal skewers - there should be enough chicken to make two generous skewers or three normal ones. Place the skewers onto a baking tray.
Place the skewers under a medium grill and cook for 5 minutes on each side. Alternatively put them on the BBQ and cook for the same time. If the marinade on the skewers looks like it is drying out or like there isn't enough, use some of the leftover marinade to spread over the chicken.
Serve with mixed salad leaves and this delicious tomato and onion salad.